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Healthcare Data Breaches: 4 Tips for Healthcare ExecsA University of Phoenix College of Health Professions survey has surprising findings about RNs and health administrator views on healthcare hacking.
New Year’s resolutions for nurses in 2014Career commitments don’t show up nearly as often, but why not take a few minutes this month plan how you can advance your nursing career in 2014? Here are five suggested goals.
Many foreign-educated nurses say they're shorted on U.S. assignments, study saysForty percent of foreign-educated nurses in U.S. hospitals report they are discriminated against in shift assignments, wages, or benefits, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Nursing.
Once again, Gallup finds nurses most honest professionalsThe public continues to rate nurses as the most trusted profession, according to this year’s Gallup survey that ranks professions based on their honesty and ethics.
BSN grads preferred hospital hires, study saysNearly 80 percent of healthcare institutions either preferred or required newly hired nurses to have a bachelor's degree, according to a recent national survey of nurse executives.
BSN graduates receive more job offers than other grads, study saysAbout six in 10 new graduates of entry-level baccalaureate nursing (BSN) programs had job offers at graduation, about twice the national average for all professions, according to a recent survey.
There’s online nursing options at University of KansasKansas University’s School of Nursing has been designated a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the Washington, D.C.-based National League for Nursing.
Nurses are human, and humaneAs a nurse, you’ve spent time with people who are suffering. You have been present at the beginning of life, at the end of life and at all the signposts and detours along the way.
Traveling takes many formsIn honor of travel clinicians who go the extra mile during the course of their mobile duties, Healthcare Traveler is pleased to recognize 47 outstanding individuals chosen as the 2013 Travelers of the Year.
One nurse who keeps it natural while on the roadTravelers come in different forms — some are hard to label and some are luminescent. Christa Schulman, RN, BLS, ACLS, is a diamond in the mist who’s been traveling for two years.